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Growing produce that's common in Asia has become a radical act of cultural preservation.
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Experts get to the bottom of whether tomatoes, eggplants and peppers can be bad for you.
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A few simple psychological tricks can help you load up on more healthy produce.
It takes more than 1,500 gallons of water to make a chocolate bar!
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Imagery has the power to turn a seemingly innocent depiction of fruit into the stereotyping of an entire group of people
Built as a response to a recession in 2008, these pizza shops could soon come in handy again.
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